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9-30-2011 @ 8:09PM
Just to add - i think the big thing that gets the Curse updater and leveling guides past this is that they simply aren't addons. They are other programs or services that you use, and if you pay for them that is up to you. I wouldn't, there are Free options for guides that include addon data for in game navigation. And I think auto updating adding causes more problems then good. But you still can. You aren't doing anything to modify WoW that Blizzard would be upset by (and modifying the addon code in the interface directory is safe - Blizzard doesnt own or control those addons). If I had to guess on the AH addon, I would bet it's basically a service that exports your auctioneer type data to a server and runs some algorithms or other such crap to help you okay the market. It's probably no better then UJ, but people are wierd and will pay for things they can get free elsewhere.
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